Super League - Key Players and Coaches

Key Players and Coaches

There have been a number of successful and important players and coaches involved with Super League since its inception in 1996. Below is a list of players and coaches who have made significant contributions.

  • Kevin Sinfield
  • Rob Burrow
  • Kieron Cunningham
  • Iestyn Harris
  • Chris Joynt
  • John Kear
  • Sean Long
  • Brian Noble
  • Robbie Paul
  • Jamie Peacock
  • Paul Cooke
  • Dennis Betts
  • Paul Sculthorpe
  • Keith Senior
  • Kris Radlinski
  • Andy Farrell
  • Terry Newton
  • Leon Pryce
  • Stuart Fielden
  • Adrian Morley
  • Pat Richards

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